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Must Find Blood Orange Juice. STAT.

Nab Sep 20, 2010 12:19 PM

Fell into a terribly dark (and spendy) addiction to blood orange jus that, up until very recently, has left me alone. Feeling an intense relapse coming on, where can I get my fix ?

  1. Prav Sep 20, 2010 12:21 PM

    Trader Joes has it, no?

    Trader Joe's
    1427 Massachusetts Ave, Arlington, MA 02476

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    1. re: Prav
      sinned61 Sep 21, 2010 08:33 AM

      I think TJ's has Blood Orange SODA

    2. t
      treb Sep 20, 2010 01:09 PM

      I've seen it at Costco.

      1. itaunas Sep 20, 2010 02:19 PM

        Accardi Foods distributes something which you could potentially order through a store that does some business with them since it sounds like you could deal with a case. McKinnon's (probably do more with Famoso than Accardi), Roberto's Fruit in Medford (may carry it sometimes), Bob's (they may stock it as they have more Italian juices/sodas than others), and Capone's all get regular deliveries from them. I'll also have to check out Restaurant Depot for you, although I have a feeling they only carry the syrups. Roberto's will also be one of the first to get fruit, CA first and then Italian in a few months...

        1. b
          BroadwayBound Sep 20, 2010 04:34 PM

          I believe Whole Foods carries blood orange juice.

          1. k
            katebechet Sep 20, 2010 05:15 PM

            The Whole Foods in Dedham has it fresh squeezed in their produce department. A bit pricey but worth it!

            1. lipoff Sep 21, 2010 07:55 AM

              Whole Foods should have both semi-freshly squeezed looking Blood Orange juice in refrigerated cases near the produce, as well as bottled "Volcano" Blood Orange Juice with the high-end sodas. Maybe I'm not a Blood Orange (or for that matter, Regular Orange) person, but I don't really like either one.

              1. C. Hamster Sep 21, 2010 08:46 AM

                Im pretty sure I saw it at Stop and Shop on Sunday in the chilled produce section with their $$ juices

                1. d
                  devilham Sep 22, 2010 10:04 AM

                  1000 years ago, one of my first cooking gigs was running a catering kitchen out of an upscale grocery store in cambridge (now defunct). We had a commercial citrus juicing machine for making OJ. Let me tell you, fresh squeezed blood orange juice is just about the best thing in the world to drink. So I feel your pain!!!! It was hella expensive to make then (early 90's), so I can only imagine what it costs now!!!!

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